Tag Archives: Maria Caulfield

Some of the significant issues last week in Parliament


It is very interesting to observe what takes place during the first few days of a new Prime Minister which has emerged more frequently in the last six years than before. I cannot recall much what happened when James Callaghan … Continue reading

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East Sussex MPs focused on raw Sewage issues


It is very encouraging when MPs raise themes in Parliament on behalf of their communities and so it would be fantastic if some MPs will introduce elements that are not currently listed on the Upcoming business for this week. One … Continue reading

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Several issues that must be raised in the next few days


Tomorrow morning our MPs will return to Parliament for the first time since they left just over two weeks ago for Political Conferences. The upcoming business lists several discussions that will take place this week. However, there are no indications … Continue reading

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An interesting comment about Lewes Hospital


Last Tuesday there was a discussion in the House of Commons under the headline of “Unavoidably Small Hospitals” and one of the people who spoke was Maria Caulfield who at that stage was a Minister in the Department of Health … Continue reading

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This is a very significant beginning of a new week


There are many weeks that begin with reflective responses of what has taken place in the previous few days or sometimes even the last few weeks. The impact on our politicians is a theme I often spot because these changes … Continue reading

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Will our MPs connect with Sussex “Ocean Hackathon”


A few days ago, I spotted a Sussex event that is a call for people who are passionate about our local coast and want wildlife thriving which is at the De La Warr Pavilion on Saturday the 10th September. This … Continue reading

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Sewage waste disposal as described by the Government


A few weeks ago Tim Farron asked this question which was answered by Steve Double who is the Environment Food and Rural Affairs Minister and St Austell and Newquay MP. Also a year ago in October 2021 according to the … Continue reading

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Call out our local needs to these two PM candidates


Last Thursday the Conservative candidates who are campaigning to become Prime Minister began a series of regional visits to promote themselves to their voters. Their first location was in Leeds. They were being heard on the radio early in the … Continue reading

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A call for Ambulance provision by some Sussex MPs


Ten days ago I wrote this piece that was adopted by the Argus newspaper which focused on Ambulance issues with a particular response to SECAmb. It was a response from a number of calls from MPs and responses that involved … Continue reading

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Government must deal with the Ambulance provision


The process by the Government to remove Boris Johnson as their Prime Minister is involving several stages for Conservative MPs and in due course the political members. At the end of the current Government period on Thursday there will be … Continue reading

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